Blessed by Unbelief – Homily on Thomas Sunday

Fr. Irineos reflects on the Apostle Thomas’s unbelief, changed to belief with his touching of the Risen Lord, and how we remain blessed by his confession of that which his eyes did not see. Listen to “Blessed by Unbelief – Homily for Thomas Sunday” on Spreaker. Today’s Gospel John 20:19-31 19 Then the same day Read more about Blessed by Unbelief – Homily on Thomas Sunday[…]

An Easy Yoke? Homily on the 26th Sunday after Pentecost

Fr. Irineos, after briefly revisiting the reading for the healing of the 10 lepers, discusses the reading appointed for St. Sava the Sanctified, and why Christ would promise that his yoke is easy and his burden is light. #orthodox Listen to “Homily – 26th Sun after Pentecost” on Spreaker. It’s only fair to share…

A Brief Pastoral Treastise on the Importance of Holy Confession

–by Archbishop Gavrilo “The sick one who is acquainted with his sickness is easily to be cured; and he who confesses his pain is near to health.” + St. Isaac the Syrian, Mystic Treatises My dear brothers and sisters, this is a very brief and rather pragmatic treatise on the importance of Holy Confession in Read more about A Brief Pastoral Treastise on the Importance of Holy Confession[…]